Spotify is said to be on the verge of unveiling a free version of its music streaming service, with ads, of course. The details, however, might make the heads of users spin and might actually tarnish Spotify's reputation.
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Spotify over options like Google Music All Access or Rdio. Would you look at that, Spotify has answered our requests. Back in May they finally added landscape mode (only a year late) and today they've pushed another with even more of those top requested features.
Spotify on Android. The app received a rather nice software update nearly a year ago that changed and improved the entire user interface. However, one major problem was landscape mode was missing. It's safe to say that was a huge oversight for the many people using their phones in landscape car docks and more.
Google I/O we have just learned a few details regarding Play Music. We have heard a few reports and rumors over the past few weeks and months, but today it's official. Google will be taking on Spotify and other music streaming services head on. It's called Google Play Music All Access, and here's what we know.
Spotify has hit 5 million paid subscribers worldwide, but this next bit of news might just be bigger, depending on your music tastes. It turns out that today is the day Metallica's full music library goes live on Spotify. That means you can now listen each and every one of the legendary band's songs for free.
Spotify just as much as we do, because today the company announced a rather big milestone for the music streaming service. Today Spotify CEO Daniel Ek announced that the service has 1 million paid subscribers in the US, which is a pretty big achievement. It gets even better though, as Ek also said that there are 5 million paid subscribers worldwide.
Google Play right now and can be downloaded to your device. The new app has full support for Android 4.0 and a new slide out navigation pane. The app also offers cross fade/gapless playback settings for when you want to listen to lots of music with no interruption.